Originally Posted by waterworldly
Dear Guys and Girls, I seem to have a problem with a website called nasailor.com. The pinheads that own the site (a couple who took a sabatical for 6 months on a sailboat) have set us up as whipping boys. They linked to our video and now have a thread where they invite their subscribers to beat up on us because of the way the boat is decked out. They tend to make the arguement that if you aren't in 40 knots of wind
and 15 foot seas you aren't a sailor. I think if you are out in what I just descibed you are an idiot first and a sailor second (storms on long passages excluded)If you happen to subscribe to them (I don't know why anyone would, bascially a site that posts mostly negative sailing articles about storms etc missing the pleasures of cruising), could you set them straight? I tried but can't find the "comment" button. Thanks again for your kind words.
I think you should have seen that one coming - it's one thing to create a personal floating utopia (and agree with your view that well-finished interior
woodwork is within anyone's reach), yet question the motive behind inviting the world to a tour of it.
Since the outside of your boat belies it's palatial interior
, I would suggest that your original intent of a private retreat was jeopardized by none other than yourself. The question of who can set who straight thus becomes rhetorical.
Personally, I would need to review the idea of using a female statue as a handhold if conditions require it, I'm not sure that, under such circumstances, I could maintain a socially acceptable level of decorum.
Nice woodwork, as for the rest to each his own.